Note: I have 12" eReader (iRex DR1000; avoid it) with e-ink display, so I know e-ink is better for they eyes. On positive side it is great the screen is "big" (I would prefer 14" though), however on negative -- it is too slow for me. That is why I would like to buy a tablet for reading books. When I say "book" I mean pdf file with fixed page size. When I say "read" I mean home, evening, 15-20 minutes (on average). So I could probably buy something around 10" but not smaller. I consider Motorola Xoom, Asus Transformer and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 -- if I miss any "big" Android tablet please let me know -- and as fallback option I consider iPad2. I assume the speed of them is almost the same (speed of turning on the tablet, opening pdf file and switching pages -- no animation, just "next page"). The one factor I don't know for sure about is screen. I don't know if it matters, so just in case -- I prefer to read with entire page per screen mode (it is OK with current 12" screen), if not possible I would like to switch "fit width to screen" and then read in contiguous mode (e.g. so when scrolling down page 1 a bit, I would get 90% of page 1, and 10% of page 2 on the screen at the same time). The question is -- which one of these tablets has the best screen for reading books (not watching movies, not watching pictures, just reading)? You don't have to compare tablets when answering, just post your experience: * when using tablet X, is there so much glare that you constantly have to move tablet for better reading angle? * when using tablet X, is the screen size is too small for "1 page per screen" mode -- keep in mind that I am interested in technical and scientific books, no Grisham or Clancy at all * when using tablet X,do you feel dizzy after M minutes of reading? * is the screen ratio OK or maybe it is so different than page ratio then the effective view size is 2" smaller than screen size (margins on top and bottom of the screen)? * in general, when using tablet X, is reading an effort/challenge or not? Please keep this topic as technically focused as possible -- screen and eyes issues only, thank you.